FIGHT AT DAVIS CROSSING
THE BISMARCK GAZETTE, Bismarck, St. Francois Co. MO, Fri. Nov. 27, 1908
John Taylor and Henry Harris became involved in a controversy over the possession of a sled at the former's home at Davis Crossing last Saturday which resulted seriously for Harris, and he is now confined to his house nursing a badly bruised head. In the heat of the argument Harris threw a rock at Taylor, who retaliated by striking Harris on the back of the head with a monkey wrench, rendering him unconscious. Harris was taken to his home, and at first it was feared that his skull had been fractured but according to latest reports he is out of danger. -- Labor Herald.